The New First Book in 2021's Latest Fantasy Series from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Nevernight
Jay Kristoff is the award-winning author of THE LOTUS WAR, THE ILLUMINAE FILES and THE NEVERNIGHT CHRONICLE. He is a winner of the Aurealis Award, nominee for the David Gemmell Morningstar and Legend awards, named in the Kirkus Best Teen Books list and published in a dozen countries, most of which he has never visited. Being the holder of an arts degree, he has no education to speak of. Jay is 6'7 and has approximately 13380 days to live. He abides in Melbourne with his secret agent kung-fu assassin wife, and the world's laziest Jack Russell. He does not believe in happy endings.
'A gothic bloodbath that will leave any reader breathless. The
story is a vast apocalyptic canvass, reminiscent of Justin Cronin's
THE PASSAGE or even Stephen King's THE STAND, yet Kristoff's work
stands on its own ruthless merit as the opening gambit of a richer
tale yet to unfold. I can't wait to return again to this rich,
lush, and bloody world. Until then, read this book now!'
- James Rollins, No.1 NEW YORK TIMES author of THE LAST ODYSSEY and THE STARLESS CROWN
'A fine crafted tale, the pieces as meticulously interlocked as
fine woodwork. A chilling new take on vampire lore and those who
must battle that darkness. EMPIRE OF THE VAMPIRE looks fearlessly
at how ruthless Good must become when confronted with unrelenting
- Robin Hobb, SUNDAY TIMES and NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author
'Brilliant and unputdownable, with tenderness and light bound
into the bitter dark of a grim and fascinating world'
- Laini Taylor, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of STRANGE THE DREAMER
'This book is bloody brilliant'
- V.E Schwab, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF ADDIE LARUE
Praise for The Nevernight Chronicle:
'If you love Robin Hobb or George R.R. Martin, you will adore
'With a delicate balance of the ancient and the magical, this
tense and brutal tale is unflinching, thrilling and satisfying'
- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
'Joins lyrical high fantasy, Pratchett-like humour and
unflinching descriptions of violence . . . something special'
- SCIFI NOW